Mission has always been at the heart of the church's existence. Thus our Vision, 'to know Jesus and to make Him known' is our strong commitment to share the Good News. In 1957, our early church founders planted the church to reach out to the people of the then new township of Petaling Jaya. Today, St Paul's has ventured out into other countries such as The Middle East and Myanmar.
In Myanmar, St Paul’s started our overseas mission in partnership with the Diocese of Mandalay, providing pastoral, financial and prayer support as well as assisting in training their laity
Since 2000, St Paul’s has also supported the work of Nang Khin Sein, our foot soldier and evangelist in the Southern Shan State. Motivated by her zeal and love for God and her people, Nang Khin Sein started a Day Care Centre for the marginalized people with HIV, tailoring class for young girls and hostels for the youth in Linkhe. Our church members are encouraged to take short-term mission trip to provide assistance and encouragement.
|Myanmar Migrant Ministry
In 2008, St Paul’s Church started Myanmar service to reach out to the Myanmar Nationals and migrant workers living in the vicinity of the church and other areas such as Balakong, Rawang and Pudu. Some 50 people attended the bi-weekly Sunday service and fellowship after the service. With the support of the pastoral team and church members the Myanmar congregation has seen tremendous growth. Many were baptized. Apart from Sunday service, the ministry also organize home visits and fellowships to the residents of two temporary homes of refugees in partnership with UNHCR.
For many years, St Paul’s had supported the mission work among the Iraqi refugees in Jordan. Today, corporately as well as individually, we continue to provide financial assistance